Station Studio is in the centre of the Heritage town of Beverley, nestled in the Avon Valley of Western Australia. Station Studio is convenient to Vincent Street, our main street, which boasts an array of shops and sights. Station Studio is located at the eastern end of our main house. We offer beautiful year-round accommodation for singles or couples, featuring own kitchenette, bathroom, toilet, entry and patio, perfect for a stress-free break. We welcome guests from all backgrounds.
“Clean, comfortable place and in a very central location. The host, Kate and Michael were friendly and generous. We checked in on Christmas day and they invited us to join their family Christmas dinner. We would definetely recommend them and we know where to go when we visit Beverley next time.”
Unwind and reconnect with nature in the iconic Wheatbelt region with a stay at this historic farm. Experience the Avon Valley’s rolling agricultural landscape, walk along the rocky nature paths and enjoy a weekend disconnected from city life. With three fully furnished cottages that sleep 5-6 guests each, make this your next getaway.
“5 star stay! Our little family had the most lovely time here. It was just what we needed. We loved the fresh country air, and how dark and quiet it got at night - unlike in the city where it's always bright and noisy. The cottage was immaculately clean and there was everything you'd need for a very comfortable stay. The listing says you need to take your own linen, and you'll need to take all consumables you need - down to teabags and milk but that's totally fine. It's a very reasonably priced accommodation with great amenities so it shouldn't be too much trouble to take a few things from home. The Warden and her family are lovely, letting our little boy play with their dogs. The Warden is very knowledgeable on the area and farm's history and very generous with her time sharing her knowledge. We booked cottage B24 with the outside toilet, but think we'll book the other one just for convenience of toileting during the night next time. We'll keep an eye on the calendar and would absolutely love to come back when the museum and main house are open for viewing. I think they'd be really interesting. The donkey, pony and two horses only metres from the front door were a massive hit with our little boy! Thank you for letting him give them a little hay. It was the highlight of the weekend for him! The playground is huge and awesome for little kids. The driving trail was interesting and the cottage was very well stocked with information about the area including places to eat and things to do/see. Thank you for having us and we hope to see you again!”
Quairading is approx. 1.5 hours east of PERTH, can be used as a stop-over on the way to HYDEN.The town has less than a 1000 people , with a school , a CO_OP for shopping ,a Medical Centre, Chemist, Hardware and Farm Machinery Agency. The farming district produces Wheat ,Barley , Canola , Lupins and more alongside Sheep Bred for both meat and Wool, New lambs can be seen in the paddocks, (june ) The rain has come and the new crops are emerging , Tea & coffee provided. washing machine & line
“For wandering around the Wheatbelt this is a gold standard stay. A large spacious home, scrupulously clean, with everything you could wish for at hand. I was on my own but there would have been room for a large family. The owner communicated well without delays and is a very pleasant guy. In all, the stay was well above my expectations, and almost ridiculously well priced.”